Floyd Mayweather Sr. Says Pacquiao is “Scared”

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Tyrone Black
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Floyd Mayweather Sr. has come out of the woodwork to take a jab at Manny Pacquiao, suggesting he is "scared" to fight his son.

"They're gonna fight. They're not gonna take much blood out of you, talking that he gonna get weak before the fight. You're gonna get weak after he tapped that as* so that's what he is scared about." Mayweather Sr (source: ABS CBN News)

Mayweather, Jr. was slated to fight Pacquiao March 13 but the much anticipated showdown fell through following Pacquiao's refusal to submit to Mayweather's demands for Olympic style drug testing. The Mayweather camp had repeatedly suggested Pacquiao was using banned substances throughout the negotiations, which resulted in Pacquiao filing a lawsuit for defamation.

Not all was lost for online bookmakers like Sportsbetting.com, which was counting on a Mayweather-Pacquiao clash to boost revenues this March. 

Instead we get two fights:  One involving Pacquiao and Joshua Clottey where Pacquiao is a huge -500 favorite (Sportsbetting.com was also offering round betting and first outcome betting in order to entice more action in this lopsided affair).

The more competitive of the two fights promises to be Mayweather, Jr. vs. Shane Mosley May 1, though Mayweather was now listed at -400 odds after this one opened closer to even.  Mosley would pay out $300 for every $100 bet.

We should note that Sportsbetting.com was still offering odds on Mayweather vs. Pacquiao provided the fight takes place in 2010 with Mayweather a slight -130 favorite.

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Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com 

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